Assistant Professor ATC, LAT
- B.S. in Education, East Central University, 2001
- M.S. Southeast Missouri State University, 2003
- Ph.D Texas Woman's University, 2011
Dr. Jennifer Lancaster joined the Tarleton State Kinesiology Department in 2013. Dr. Lancaster comes to Tarleton State after spending four years with RL Turner High School in Carrollton, Texas as an athletic trainer and sports medicine teacher. She previously worked at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas as an assistant athletic trainer/instructor and then as coordinator for the Athletic Training Education Program.
Dr. Lancaster has worked with Dr. Steve Simpson to develop the new Masters of Science in Athletic Training degree program. In her previous experience, Dr. Lancaster has conducted research involving athletic training curriculum, ACL prevention, and the use of social media as a means to improve students' writing and research skils. She has served on the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association Student Education and Research Committee. Dr. Lancaster was honored as an educator when nominated as an Outstanding Texas Educator in 2012 and by the Midwestern State College of Health and Human Services for collaboration in interdisciplinary work.
Born and raised in Oklahoma, Dr. Lancaster enjoys being active and the outdoors. Among her favorite activities are camping, paddleboarding and running. She also enjoys traveling. Dr. Lancaster has been to Belize, Panama, and Haiti as part of the Christian Sports Medicine Alliance and International Sports Federation, where she provided education and medical care as well as assisted with other service opportunities. Dr. Lancaster enjoys service activities and being involved with her church.
- Prevention of Care of Athletic Injuries (KINE 3312)
- Lower Extremity Assessment (KINE 3313)
- Therapeutic Exercise and Rehabilitation (KINE 3314)
- Upper Extremity Assessment (KINE 3315)
- Therapeutic Modalities (KINE 4312)
- Research in Kinesiology (KINE 5303)
- School & Community Health (KINE 5306)
Quotes to Live By
A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives.
Favorite Fitness Routine
Why is Kinesiology Important?
We are all designed to move! Movement is life. Without health and being able to function, people miss out on playing with their child or grandchildren. They watch as others go do and then wish that they could go too. The process of movement isn't always easy, but the joy of living life as a result has a value beyond measure.